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MR. DAVIES’s Contract with Mr. BARRY for hit Daughters Pctforniance at the Theiftc-Royal, being now ended ;he begs Leave info-m all 1 overs MUSICK, that during theit yHORT STAY in this KINGDOM, Mils DAVII.S v.ill on the ARMONICA, accompanied wi.h SINGING and the GERMAN FL.UI E,
27 January 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALEXANDER fraocr, has rer-r—4 from the Sign of the I men hall in Daiiie-flri/’t. to «he cornerof Parliamrnt-llteet.in Plfcx-rtrect. and

ALEXANDER fraocr, has rer-r—4 from the Sign of the I men hall in Daiiie-flri/’t. to «he cornerof Parliamrnt-llteet.in Plfcx-rtrect. and

Ins himfclf with a new and \ey large (for tent Likens, Diapers, Sheetings, Cambrick?, Lawns, {Ju<!>a . Mnlims r.l every Kind, (which es at the ‘'taj.r Sales) en'deri, plain ami figured Dimities, Dtay.-bovs, hick let-. Fuiim*, Stocking-Web and Silk H. Hands I r Gentleiiui '? ; -.
27 January 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALL Perlons to whom hh. J.r.Sn Clinch, tie niaj-ftreet. was irdclited, are defirnl to furnii Accounts immediately, William Michael Clin

ALL Perlons to whom hh. J.r.Sn Clinch, tie niaj-ftreet. was irdclited, are defirnl to furnii Accounts immediately, William Michael Clin

'r. I’- ct’s in James’s-Srree - , Adminiftiators the laid J':l •' Chi in tier to rhrir heing dilcharocd, and ail Perfans money arc reouei'ed to pay their refpedlive to William ot Michael Cli.ich, or hey will for the fa July. 1763. I li f'ubiiil.cd j. Shift’s head i. Hr*et. (Pric
27 January 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1£ Y E- W A T E F,

1£ Y E- W A T E F,

Y E- W A F, JUST mperted from London a frclb quantity of the Fotned Royal Kye-Watcr. which baa b-rn (old only at Dirlc a (.u£'a « kt.xfc ill Skioner row, Dublin, for 6 1 v ara pad, (at Brtilh fixpence per hot le) in which tint: it has had izing lucccft, having cured many thnufand
30 January 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This is by J. Pout at Swift’s Head in Dameiteet, Prieo fewed in biat paper aa. ad. neatly bound at.

This is by J. Pout at Swift’s Head in Dameiteet, Prieo fewed in biat paper aa. ad. neatly bound at.

Bd. halfp.' The memoirs of ninon d l’enclos, with bee lett-ii to Monf. De St. EVRKMONU and to tbn Marquis DcSEVIGNE, Co!leAed and from the Fre-ch. a Lady. Dtnrt trual s'yisw. nrivfjat tufUimit arma, Dijctmtur anmtri, cu/te Tilutit, tai.—Ov. de Art. Am. Lib. wonit'y pat«r latcty
30 January 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PETER CAL LAGE, the liberty sc* quainting hil Friends end the that he has mov’d fioirt George’s-lane. the Houfe wherein

PETER CAL LAGE, the liberty sc* quainting hil Friends end the that he has mov’d fioirt George’s-lane. the Houfe wherein

Mr. Andrew Finjay, Mercer lately lived, at the Sign the Mulbery Tree, the corner of Shaw’s Court in Dame flreet j where he intends carry the and Millinary Runnels in all their Branches, and on the lowed Teins. Mr. and Mrs. Callage begs leave to return lhe r mod grateful Acknowle
23 January 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The DUBLIN COURIER.

The DUBLIN COURIER.

Entertaining Essays. to. The King of Poland arrived at the Capital of Drefden Way 5. A general Thanfgiving for the Coodufion of the Peace obferved. C. Mr. Wilkes, who had been felzed by Warrant the Secretaries of State (on fufpicion of being the Author of the North Briton) and f
13 January 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PETER CALLAGE, HaUcrJaftier, take* the liberty of acquainting h'ia Friends and the Publick, that he has mov’d I torn GeorgcVla

PETER CALLAGE, HaUcrJaftier, take* the liberty of acquainting h'ia Friends and the Publick, that he has mov’d I torn GeorgcVla

ne, the Iloufe wherein Mr. Andrew Fmijy Mercer" lately lived, at the Sign the Mulbery Tree, the earner Shaw’s Court in Dame-flreetj where he intends to carry or he Haberdaflicry and Millinary Rufinefs in all their branches, and the lowed Terms. Mr. and Mrs. Callure legs leave re
13 January 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
From the London Gazette. May ,1764. THE PuMic Sale the late Mr. lolhna Ward’s Mediciiu-s for (imdry Difeafes feemingly incur.,ble

From the London Gazette. May ,1764. THE PuMic Sale the late Mr. lolhna Ward’s Mediciiu-s for (imdry Difeafes feemingly incur.,ble

every other Means or Method, and prepcied by Mr. John White and Mr. 1. F. D’Odcunaii, two Ingenious Chemills, who prepare them for Mr. Ward, and to each whom His Majefty has been gracioull) pletifed to give Penfions lor Lile, in order to Authenticate thele invaluable Medicines,
25 July 1764 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This Jav publiOird James Potts, at Swift’* bead, Dame-llrcet, and Samuel Smith, Mr. Faulkner's in fcfles-flrect. Price of the two

This Jav publiOird James Potts, at Swift’* bead, Dame-llrcet, and Samuel Smith, Mr. Faulkner's in fcfles-flrect. Price of the two

volumes bound one ss. Sd. hstfp. 11. td. THE AUCTION, a Modem Novel. In two Volumes. . Yea cheat the world With florid omfide, till you meet ferpn'se 1 Then coOicienre, working inwards like a mole { Crumbles the furfice. and reveals the dirt From which your affirms fpring. If yo
8 October 1760 - Dublin Courier - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland